Are you looking for critical readings on French history? The Bibliographie de l’histoire de France (formerly Bibliographie annuelle de l‘histoire de France) will be able to help you.
BHF is a freely accessible bibliographic and historiographical tool for anyone interested in the history of France. It indexes a large number of French and foreign journals and lists articles, monographs, collective works (whose content is systematically detailed) and theses as well as websites relating to the history of France from the fifth century to 1995.
Please note that this is a work in progress. The paper volumes (1953 to 2012) will be gradually added online.
You can browse by author, quoted person / organisation, subject, period and geographical location:
This resource is now listed in Databases A-Z > History > Finding Critical Literature and will very shortly be in SOLO also.
While you are here:
- Other bibliographical databases in Oxford to find critical readings for history
- Gallica: a vast digital library offered by the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF).
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